Interesting Courses for Engineering (B.E./B.Tech) Students
Day by day Engineering field is growing and new technology is coming to us. Students, experts, scientists, etc …. are taking an effort to invent as many as things possible. But still, many students do not know about the courses and what can they do in their respective fields.
For such students, I m posting here some Interesting courses for Engineering students i.e. students doing B.E./B.Tech :
PS: I m posting here those courses that I know, you can also tell me to add any courses if you know. Most of the courses posted here are related to Mechanical Engineering.
- Introduction to the Propulsion system
- Satellite engineering
- Artificial Intelligence
- The engineer of 2020
- Introduction to Aerospace Engineering and Design
- Design of electromechanical Robotic System
- Renewable energy
- Nanotechnology in Energy
- Rocket Propulsion
- Submarine Technology
- Nuclear Power Technology
- Applied Nuclear Physics
- Bio-inspired structures
- Computing and data-Analysis for environmental applications
- Signals and systems
- SQC-Statistical Quality Control
- Great ideas in theoretical computation
- Fluid Mechanics – Tsunamis and disaster
- Microelectronic devices and circuits
- Computational Biotechnology
- Micro/Nano processing technology
- Network and computer security
- Organic Optoelectronics
- Mechatronics and Robotics
- Fields, Forces, and Flows in Biological systems
- Energy Sustainability
- Industry 4.0 based Automation
Please contribute your knowledge and tell us more courses as far as you know.
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